Mobility opportunities for internships in the EUNICE network
The EUNICE international internship portal now lists more than 200 companies and institutions in Europe willing to host alliance students on internships.
Strengthening the links between universities and the world of work
Since its launch in February 2022, the portal aims to strengthen collaboration between academia and the world of work, on a national and international scale. It allows students (undergraduate, master or PhD) from each EUNICE member university to find an internship in the field of their choice, in one of the countries of the European alliance.
Link to the EUNICE internship portal
Click here to access the EUNICE international internship portal.
This initiative also aims to introduce high school students to the links between universities and companies, and thus increase their interest in enrolling in an institution of higher education, in the strategic perspective of European universities.
Many opportunities for students
To date, the portal includes offers from more than 200 companies and institutions (non-governmental organizations, research laboratories, etc.) from EUNICE partner countries. Doing an internship abroad allows students, among other things, to benefit from an enriching professional experience, to improve their language skills and to enjoy greater employability upon graduation. More information on the terms and conditions and mobility grants are available on the page dedicated to international at UPHF.
The offerings on the portal will continue to diversify in the future, including the arrival of three new partners in the alliance : the University of the Peloponnese (Greece), the Polytechnic Institute of Viseu (Portugal) and Karlstad University (Sweden).
A platform dedicated to companies
Companies and institutions can also benefit from the advantages of the EUNICE portal byposting their internship offers on the dedicated space.
The European University for Customised Education (EUNICE) is nurtured by the intellectual and infrastructural contributions of the seven partner universities: the Poznań University of Technology (Poland), the Brandenburg University of Technology (Germany), the University of Cantabria (Spain), the University of Mons (Belgium), the University of Catania (Italy), the Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France (France), and the University of Vaasa (Finland). In 2023, the EUNICE alliance will be expanded with the official arrival of three new partners: the Viseu Polytechnic Institute (Portugal), the University of the Peloponnese (Greece) and the University of Karlstad (Sweden).
The Alliance, selected in the 2020 call of the Erasmus+ program for the specific action Initiative "European Universities", aims at a paradigm shift from traditional education to personalized, flexible, open, multicultural, multicentric, innovative and engaging education, able to meet the needs of each student, individual, and more globally of society.